The Portland International Film Festival has returned, and we take a look at what is playing this first weekend.
The annual Northwest film festival begins on Thursday evening with a screening of Wild Tales.
A mesmerizing drama of oblique emotions and gorgeous visuals.
Mike Leigh’s Mr. Turner strives to leave a lasting impression.
Have the Dardenne brothers scaled back a bit too much this time?
Albert Maysles turns his camera towards the “Rare bird of fashion.”
A fond farewell from Alain Resnais.
Turns out you can teach an old dog new tricks, but Godard is still saying the same things he has been for 25 years–now in 3D!
Baumbach’s embarrassing and tone-deaf follow up to Frances Ha is painfully unfunny and thematically empty.
Burn, Hollywood, burn.
Another mesmerizing thriller from David Fincher, Gone Girl is outstanding in ways you least expect.
The Charlie Kaufman-lite The One I Love is a flimsy but highly amusing relationship fantasy.
This year’s incredible Main Slate features many Criterion favorites.
Xavier Dolan shows what he can do with a genre film (turns out it’s a lot) with his fourth outing Tom at the Farm.
And here are a few of the highlights.
Polanski’s adaptation is a sexually-tinged delight.